Amber Jean-Jacques( French General)
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Amber Jean-Jacques (1765-1851) AMBERT Jean-Jacques - a French general. Service began to volunteer in 1780 in the Navy. In 1792, Mr.. lieutenant colonel, commander of a battalion of volunteers of the city, Lot, and finally moved to the land army. 1792-95 he. served in the army of the Moselle. 1793 g. promoted to brigadier general. In 1794, Mr.. was defeated by the Austrians at Kaiserslautern, but successfully led the siege of Luxembourg. In 1795, Mr.. Acting commander of the army of the Moselle in the absence of General Moreau, and then served under Pichegru. In 1800. was sent to Corsica, and then transferred to the Italian army. In 1803, Mr.. after Pichegru conspiracy involving the Moro resigned. In 1812, Mr.. summoned to the army and sent to the Expeditionary Force in Guadeloupe. In 1813-14 he took part in the fighting in France. During the Hundred Days, went to Napoleon, but in active hostilities did not participate.